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FedEx Leans on a Sophisticated Data Stream to Play Last-Minute Santa
Millions of Americans will wait until the last minute to send holiday gifts to far-flung locales, and many will lean on FedEx to make it happen in a hurry. There's a data-based story behind why the
Winter Storm Threatens Atlanta and Rest of Southeast
Customers looked for eggs on depleted store shelves of a supermarket in Decatur, Ga., on Thursday, ahead of a winter storm expected to drop several inches of snow on southern states.
With the Rain Comes Hope That 6-Year California Drought Is Ending
Rain clouds scudded over downtown Los Angeles on Thursday.
Storm That Roared Through the South Sweeps Into the Northeast
A truck idling on a flooded street in Red Hook, Brooklyn, on Tuesday.
California, Parched for 5 Years, Is Now Battered by Water
Newport Beach in Southern California. A powerful storm swept through that region of the state on Saturday.
California Braces for More Rain. How Bad Can It Get?
Flood water crossed over Interstate 5 in Williams, Calif., about 60 miles north of Sacramento on Saturday.
A Night of Tornadoes: 3 Are Dead as Storms Sweep the Midwest
Damaged and destroyed homes in a small subdivision in Perryville, Mo., on Wednesday.
Some caution is required in trimming the NOAA budget
This might be one that calls for a scalpel instead of an ax
Heavy Snowfall Is Forecast Across Northeastern U.S.
New York and other regions facing a blizzard watch may be hit with stronger wind, with gusts up to 60 miles per hour forecast on Long Island and in parts of southeastern Connecticut.
Northeast Snowstorm: How Much Are We Getting?
Get the shovels and salt ready. A nor’easter with heavy snowfall and possible blizzard conditions will make its way through the Northeast starting late Monday.
National Weather Service blizzard warnings a snow job?
Amid Heat Wave, Fire Causes Power Failure for Part of Los Angeles
Only scattered lights were visible on Saturday night in the Pacific Palisades area. About 140,000 Los Angeles residents lost power because of a fire at a receiving station.
Wildfires Spread Across at Least Six States and Canada
Motorists drive past flames from the Wall fire in Oroville, Calif., on Saturday.
Hit by Lightning: Tales From Survivors
Seattle Chokes as Wildfire Smoke From Canada Blankets the Northwest
Mount Rainier on a clear day last week, left, and a day later, after a haze had descended, obscuring the view from across Lake Washington.
Deadly Hurricanes Are Nothing New to Texas
For Houston’s Homeless, a Terrifying Night Under Siege by Hurricane Harvey
Roy Joe Cox sheltering under the Southwest Freeway in Houston on Saturday.
Harvey: ‘All Impacts Are Unknown and Beyond Anything Experienced’
The National Weather Service makes a striking statement.
As Harvey Raged, Meteorologists Grasped for Words to Describe It
Residents in Houston waded through floodwater on Monday after Hurricane Harvey inundated the Texas Gulf Goast with rain, causing widespread flooding.
Pacific Northwest Fires Smother Region in Smoke and Ash
A wildfire near Cascade Locks, Ore., near the Columbia River, on Tuesday.